No kneading or rising is required, which makes it very quick and easy to make. But this means using a lot of baking powder, so it ends up tasting kind of like drop biscuits instead of bread. I was not a huge fan of the flavor- not bad, but there are certainly recipes for better tasting oatmeal bread out there. But if you're in a hurry or don't feel like kneading, it'll do the trick.
Honey Oat Quick Bread
This honey-oat bread has a pleasant flavor and divinely moist, tender crumb. It requires minimal mixing and cleanup, calls for ingredients usually stocked in the pantry, and is tasty yet healthful.
53 Reviews for Honey Oat Quick Bread
Mine didn't really rise as well as the picture loaf, but I may have just used a wider pan. I also subbed the plain yogurt for plain greek yogurt, maybe this changed it? But it was very delicious and only 1 Points Plus for Weight Watchers per slice!
Great addition to my soup. It's slightly sweet, moist, and crumbly.
I used a 6oz cup of light vanilla yogurt, because I didn't want to buy a whole tub of plain yogurt, and it turned out great!
Will be making this again.
Easy, readily available ingredients make a wonderful bread to pair with soup. And have for breakfast in the morning.
I tried this & my colleagues & neighbours simply love it!!! Try adding dried berries or walnuts....its even awesome!!!!
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